ConnDOT: CBPAB_Connecticut Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Board

 
Connecticut Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Board
(CBPAB)
 
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Board Mission: The CT Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Board seeks to achieve full integration of walking, bicycling, and transit use into Connecticut's transportation system consistent with principles of public safety, convenience, connectivity, human health, context-sensitivity, equity, aesthetics, and a sustainable environment that make our communities vibrant places to live and enjoy.

Board Goals
 
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Related Statutes

 

Sec. 13b-13a. Connecticut Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Board.

 

(a) There is established a Connecticut Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Board which shall be within the Department of Transportation for administrative purposes only. 

 

(e) The duties of the board shall include, but not be limited to, examining the need for bicycle and pedestrian transportation, promoting programs and facilities for bicycles and pedestrians in this state, and advising appropriate agencies of the state on policies, programs and facilities for bicycles and pedestrians.

 

Other related statutes relating to the Complete Streets bill are located via the following link:
Sec. 13a-153f. Accommodations and provision of facilities for all users.

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Meeting Schedule, Agenda and Minutes
 
2018 Meeting Schedule, Agenda and Minutes
2017 Meeting Schedule, Agenda and Minutes
2016 Meeting Schedule, Agenda and Minutes
2014 Meeting Schedule, Agenda and Minutes
2013 Meeting Schedule, Agenda and Minutes
2012 Meeting Schedule, Agenda and Minutes
 
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Reports and Inventories
 
2015 Annual Report
2013 Annual Report
2013 Progress Inventory
2012 Annual Report
2011 Annual Report
2010 Annual Report
 
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Additional Information
 
Link to the Board's External Website: www.ctbikepedboard.org
 
For additional information please contact:
Melanie Zimyeski
Transportation Supervising Planner
Bureau of Policy and Planning
Connecticut Department of Transportation
2800 Berlin Turnpike
Newington, CT 06131
 
 

 

 
For further information please:
E-Mail to:
Bicycle and Pedestrian Coordinator
or write to:
Connecticut Department of Transportation
Bicycle and Pedestrian Coordinator
P.O. Box 317546
Newington, CT 06131-7546

 



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